If this is the case for the error received on a page surfed to, then an end-user has two options: 1 – Try another web browser when viewing the page, or I've always used IE and until recently had no issues with any websites- until one site only caused issues but responded well to Mozilla. Install Google Chrome on Mac OS X Step 1 – Download the Google Chrome installation file for Mac OS X. Reason Two: Incomplete Downloads This is probably the more common reason for "Error on page".
Depending on the frequency that Windows Updates is configured to run on the machine, the web browser may not be the most current version or build available. Step 3 – In the subsequently displayed dialogue window, drag the Chrome icon to the Mac OS X “Applications” folder. However, you may want to use: iframe.style.display = 'none'; as this will completely hide the iframe.
These steps will add the Chrome repository to the Linux package manager to enable updates to the browser. But like other said, it didn't work for some browsers, so I put some variation on it by using jquery. For example, WebRocketX is a good example of a framework that relies heavily on this technique.
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